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Burglars target Miami-Dade police car, get away with backpack

Police car broken into and items stolen

After breaking a window and walking away, burglars returned to take an electronic control device and a backpack with what police called “miscellaneous items.”
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After breaking a window and walking away, burglars returned to take an electronic control device and a backpack with what police called “miscellaneous items.”

Miami-Dade police cars seem to be becoming a favored overnight target for local miscreants’ In Crowd.

Around 3 a.m. April 16, two men driving a Chevrolet Aveo vandalized then burglarized a Miami-Dade patrol car sitting near the corner of Southwest 56th Street and 107th Avenue. After breaking a window and walking away, the men returned to take an electronic control device and a backpack with what police called “miscellaneous items.”

Last week, a Miami-Dade officer got out of bed to find her marked police car had been stolen. It later was found submerged.

Anyone with any information is advised to call CrimeStoppers at 305-471-8477.

David J. Neal: 305-376-3559, @DavidJNeal

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